Nigerian Navy Recruitment Interview List, Date & Requirements

Nigerian Navy Recruitment Interview List, Date & Requirements

The Nigerian Navy has announced the successful candidates for the NNBTS Batch 35 Recruitment Exam, held on 3rd June 2023. Interviews at designated centres will be held from 22nd July to 11th August 2023.

In a recent announcement that piques public interest, the Nigerian Navy (NN) has publicised the list of successful candidates for the Nigerian Navy Basic Training School (NNBTS) Batch 35 Recruitment Examination. The said examination transpired on the 3rd of June 2023, and the navy is keen to inform the successful candidates of their next steps.
Announcement Shortlist for NNBTS Batch 35 Recruitment Examination
Interview Schedule 22nd July – 11th August 2023
Interview Centers Nigerian Navy Secondary Schools in Ojo, Lagos and Borokiri, Port Harcourt; NDA Old Site, Kaduna
Important Information Screening of credentials, medical/physical evaluations, and written tests during the interview
Documents Required Originals and photocopies of credentials, State of Origin/LGA certificate, etc.
Penalties Termination of candidature for false information or non-disclosure of medical history
More Information Links to download the list and further details provided below

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Breakdown of Shortlisted Candidates for NNBTS Batch 35 Interview

A detailed perusal of the released list reveals the names of those fortunate to have proven their mettle during the Nigerian Navy Basic Training School Batch 34 Recruitment Examination, also conducted on the 3rd of June, 2023. These triumphant individuals are being summoned to participate in an interview, scheduled to take place at the following centres:Nigerian Navy Secondary School Ojo (Navy Town), Lagos
Nigerian Navy Secondary School Borokiri Port Harcourt, Rivers State, or
NDA Old Site, Kaduna.

The candidates are advised to present themselves at the interview venues as per the instructions that correlate with their States of Origin/Batch.
Designated Centres for NNBTS Batch 35 Interview

The division of interviewees among the centres is detailed as follows:

1. North East (NE) – Kaduna Batch A (22nd July – 1st August 2023)
States: Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, Yobe
Centre: NDA Old Site, Kaduna

2. North West (NW) – Kaduna Batch B (2nd – 11th August, 2023)
States: Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara
Centre: NDA Old Site, Kaduna

3. North Central (NC) – Lagos Batch A (22nd July – 1st August, 2023)
States: Benue, FCT, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau
Venue: NNSS Ojo, Lagos

4. South West (SW) – Lagos Batch B (2nd – 11th August, 2023)
States: Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo
Venue: NNSS Ojo, Lagos

5. South East (SE) – Port Harcourt Batch A (22nd July – 1st August, 2023)
States: Abia, Anamabra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo
Venue: NNSS Borikiri, Port Harcourt, Rivers

6. South South (SS) – Port Harcourt Batch B (2nd – 11th August 2023)
States: Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo, Rivers
Venue: NNSS Borokiri, Port Harcourt, Rivers
Key Information to Shortlisted Candidates

The candidates are reminded that the interview will take place concurrently at the designated centres from the 22nd of July till the 11th of August, 2023. The process entails screening/verification of credentials/certificates, medical/physical evaluations, and written tests. Candidates are expected to come prepared with the following items:Originals and photocopies of credentials.
Valid Drivers’ Licence (Category H only), with originals and photocopies.
State of Origin/LGA certificate (original and photocopy).
National Identity Card/Acknowledgment Slip.
Writing materials.
Navy blue shorts and white T-shirts (two pairs each).
Canvas/trainers and stockings (one pair each).
Bed sheets and pillowcases.
Set of cutlery.
Four recent 30X30mm passport-sized photographs on a white background.
Face masks and hand sanitisers.
Personal toiletries.

It’s crucial to note that individual interviews will be conducted, and any failure to meet the required standards at any stage will result in the termination of candidature. Fake/false/wrong information can lead to the cancellation of candidature and potential legal action. Misrepresentation of medical history can result in automatic withdrawal and dismissal even when already in the Service.

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